Trump's possible election interference report not made public
The report developed by the Georgia grand jury looking into former President Donald Trump and allies will remain sealed for now. No decision has been made whether to make the report public.
The AJC reports Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney said he was considering whether to release the report after hearing arguments from prosecutors, who urged it be kept a secret until they decide whether to file any charges. Media outlets pressed for the release of the report.
He said he would further reflect on the parties’ arguments and would reach out with any questions before making a final decision.
He also said he expects an appeal after his decision.
The grand jury is investigating whether Trump and his allies broke the law by interfering with election votes in Fulton county after his 2020 defeat against President Biden.